Theresa D

About Theresa Derwin:

Theresa Derwin has lived in Birmingham since birth and her career has been pretty varied; from Warehouse Packer, then bar work, to being a crap waitress then swiftly into retail, Admin, Professional Student and dosser until finally entering the Civil Service in 1999. She left the Service in 2012 on medical grounds, then decided to pursue a career as a writer.

HWA affiliate member Theresa writes humorous fiction including SF, Urban Fantasy & Horror. She has about twenty five anthology acceptances behind her. She also writes a number of book reviews and at her site Her first short story collection is Monsters Anonymous from Anarchy Books published 2012, followed by Season’s Creepings 2015. Her next collection ‘Wolf at The Door’ came out March 2016 (receiving great reviews and a couple of recommendations) she edited Weird Ales April 2016 producing the next volume Another Round late 2016 with the third volume out 2017. Amongst other WIP, she is working on a novelette ‘Pride, Pistols and Pentagrams’ coming 2017 from Quantum Corsets, which she manages and owns and Josey Lambert PI. Her next book ‘God’s Vengeance’ is due from Stoker award winning publisher Crystal Lake Publishing 2017. Her romance and erotica coming out this year is under the pen name Eve Campbell (SPN fans will connect the dots).
Theresa mentors fledgling authors and teaches creative writing. You can follow Theresa on Twitter @BarbarellaFem (with over 3,000 followers) or find out more about her work at

She has loved horror, fantasy and SF all her life, thanks to my father who raised her on 50s Sci-Fi Universal Monsters, tango and popcorn. Her love of the bizarre, (including her Dad) remains constant, to this day. She also owes a great debt to Rog Peyton from the BSFG who introduced her to alternative fiction at the tender the age of 14.

In 2013 Theresa ran the successful literature convention Andromeda One.

In 2017 she commences research into a three year study of #WomeninHorror literature. The site is under construction but goes live Feb 2017 and has an awesome logo designed by Great British Horror.

Theresa Derwin – writing genre fiction since – her last cup of coffee.